If there were a most popular degree among post-secondary degrees, it would be the bachelor degree. Careers and earning power aside, the bachelor degree feels more prestigious than the associate’s degree but not as intimidating as master’s or doctorate degrees. By the numbers, bachelor degree-holders make $258 more on average per week and their unemployment… Read More


All over the internet, it is not uncommon to see banners and link ads telling you that you might qualify for financial aid. At first glance, these ads can make it sound like the government or colleges will cover all your college expenses and basically give you a college education for free. But, when it… Read More


Let us be upfront about online courses: not everybody makes it. Sometimes, people fail to manage their time and their online courses fall by the wayside until they are forgotten completely. Other times, people procrastinate their classwork so long that it becomes unrealistic that they will complete all the required work, so they give up.… Read More


Here at ClassesAndCareers.com, we get a lot of questions about college and all the terms that come with it. Some of these can be difficult to understand at first, but, with a little research, they make perfect sense. For example, if you have requested more information about schools online, you have probably been asked about… Read More


Too many students go into their college courses with a chip on their shoulder. Their version of assertiveness means that they must monopolize the instructor, put down any other student who threatens their dominion, and destroy anyone who disagrees with them. While this would be true in medieval Europe, it does not do so well… Read More


In the current economic downturn, many households are looking for ways to bring in more income and pay their basic needs. This is especially tough for single mothers who are the only breadwinners for their households. Many of these long-suffering single parents are looking to college as a way to increase their earnings and future… Read More


Here at ClassesAndCareers.com, we get a lot of questions about college and all the terms that come with it. Some of these can be difficult to understand at first, but, with a little research, they make perfect sense. For example, if you’ve requested more information about schools, you’ve probably been asked about your “academic major,”… Read More